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carolina-chuck 2013 Mock Draft v5.0

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Just knowing some of those receivers will drop to the second round is good enough for me, and i dont trust any of the receivers in free agency this year, rather get a guy out the draft that can play with Cam for many years to come.

Exactly what I believe

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Mckelvin is the only thing I like, just because I don't see hunter falling. It's still early though, of I brought up some mocks from this time last year ya'll would laugh.

Richardson is starting to get popular, but he reminds me of fletcher cox last year. If we're gonna go d-line I wanna nose tackle.

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Mckelvin is the only thing I like, just because I don't see hunter falling. It's still early though, of I brought up some mocks from this time last year ya'll would laugh.

Richardson is starting to get popular, but he reminds me of fletcher cox last year. If we're gonna go d-line I wanna nose tackle.

Appreciate your kind FB related comments. Richardson does have some Cox and I think McCoy in him. Richardson will rise increasingly. Im with you on wanting a NT but drafting top15 is pretty much taking BPA. I just dont think Jesse Williams or a Jon Jenkins (NT) is worthy of being a top15.

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Williams stock is going to fly up boards after the combine like Poe last year. Williams isn't all combine numbers though, can actually play.

I'm leaning towards receiver or corner though. Maybe o-line.

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Williams stock is going to fly up boards after the combine like Poe last year. Williams isn't all combine numbers though, can actually play.

I'm leaning towards receiver or corner though. Maybe o-line.

Yea he have been rising as of lately but I just don't know if it'll get him into the top15. If we're going DT, I just don't think Rivera will fall in love with him over a Richardson.

I'm okay with a receiver or olineman, but if we could land a OG like an Alvin Bailey or Uzzie in the 4th I may rather go that route. Possibly even getting one through FA.

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Couple of my friends are pats fans and say Chung is not good in coverage, plus he plays SS so why not put him there? Plus dwan is a 3-tech not a NT, I'd rather get a big NT than another 3-tech(Richardson)

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Couple of my friends are pats fans and say Chung is not good in coverage, plus he plays SS so why not put him there? Plus dwan is a 3-tech not a NT, I'd rather get a big NT than another 3-tech(Richardson)

Like I said Chung is not one of my favorite player but money wise, he'd be a good pickup. Chung loss his job this season to someone and the Pats had to move McCourty to Safety.

I really do think Dwan can be decent as a NT. He has experience playin in a 34 D with Baltimore, which I think he'll be able to play the Nose. Teams like Minny and Philly are running two UTs. Not the best but it can work.

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Chung is the worst in the business against the play action.

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Chung is the worst in the business against the play action.

We talking money here though, "money". Chung is the cheapest we'll be able to afford. These Byrd talks can quit already.

Whos worst against the play actions, Naka or Chung?

In a right system, maybe Chung can redeem himself. I see Chung like a Thomas Decoud. Decoud isn't a good safety. I believe he's very overrated. Similar size and game imo. Decoud is just a notch better at this point bc of what Nolan is doing down there with different looks and coverages.

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